Brussels / 3 & 4 February 2018


Nathan Willis

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Nathan Willis is a type designer, journalist, and free-software advocate. He spent more than a decade writing about free-software issues as a reporter and editor before shifting gears into typeface design.


Title Day Room Track Start End
So we have free web fonts; now what?
Open-source fonts dominate the web, but not print or embedded publishing. Why not?
Sunday K.4.201 Open Source Design 11:00 11:20
Gutenberg to Google Fonts: the sordid history of typeface licensing issues
Legal issues for projects working with open fonts
Sunday UA2.220 (Guillissen) Legal and Policy Issues 16:00 16:25